THE OLD TOWN OF DIYARBAKIR
Diyarbakır Metropolitan Municipality Department for Cultural Heritage and Tourism Report Date: October 7, 2016 The Fortress and inner city of Diyarbakır and the adjacent Hevsel Gardens Cultural Landscape have maintained the importance of the city for thousands of years because of its strategic location between East and West boundaries. The city has kept many different cultures and also “engraved” them into its fabric. The city, which has been the heart of many civilizations and states in time, had been the regional capital (center) of the empire in the periods of Persian, Roman, Sassanian, Byzantine and Islamic empires because of its geopolitical importance. On that sense, the city is a World Heritage Site with multi-lingual, multi-cultural and multi-layered structure. The religious architectural structures consisting of its original civil architecture, mosques, the churches and the public buildings such as inns and traditional baths are the cultural assets of the city which can be seen in the urban conservation area.
In Suriçi District, there are total 595 registered structures; 147 of them are the models of monumental, and 448 of them are models of civil architecture. Suriçi District was registered as “Diyarbakir Urban Conservation Area” in 1988. The “Diyarbakır Fortress and Hevsel Gardens Cultural Landscape” UNESCO World Heritage nomination studies have been gone on since January of 2012. At the same time, “Field Management Plan” was prepared with the relevant institutions, organizations, NGOs, scientists and the headmen of the city in observance of the principle of participation. “Diyarbakır Fortress and Hevsel Gardens Cultural Landscape” was registered as a World Heritage Site in 39th meeting of the World Heritage Committee in July 2015. In Suriçi District which is the buffer zone of “Diyarbakır Fortress and Hevsel Gardens Cultural Landscape” registered as World Heritage Site, Curfew had been declared in six neighborhoods of Suriçi District including Cevat Pa••a, Dabano••lu, Fatih Pa••a, Hasırlı, Cemal Yılmaz and Sava•• and they had been blockaded by the security forces between the dates of 06.09.2015- 13.09.2015, 10.10.2015 – 13.10.2015, 28.11.2015 – 29.11.2015, 02.12.2015 – 10.12.2015 and 11.12.2015. The recently declared curfew and blockade have still continued in five neighborhoods. In the meantime, curfew had been declared in the neighborhoods of Ziya Gökalp, Süleyman Nazif, Abdaldede, Lalebey and Alipa••a neighborhoods in Sur district of Suriçi Region between the dates of 27.01.2016 – 03.02.2016. On March 10, 2016, it was announced by the Governorship of the city that the operations had been completed. Nevertheless, the demolition and excavation works had been initiated by the heavy machineries of the state institutions and the excavations had been thrown into a field in the University area before the operations were completed. That case was under report by the Environmental Protection Department of our municipality 29.02.2016 (Annex 1). The demolition and excavation works were initiated in the area being Urban Conservation Area and World Heritage Buffer Zone without any assessment and without the required approval by Cultural Heritage Protection Board. The necessary permissions for the removal of the excavation were taken about a month later. It was declared in the decision dated 23.03.2016 and numbered 3873 of Regional Conservation Council of Cultural Heritage that it has been decided the debris of the structure wreckages on the closed road will be removed under the supervision of the museum director experts, and in case of occurrence of the debris belonging to the partially or completely destroyed registered structures, the qualified structural elements of these structures should be maintained in an appropriate manner in the relevant area under the supervision of the museum directorate experts in order to be evaluated afterwards (Annex-1). With this decision, the removal of wreckages is allowed only on closed roads; however it was determined by the images taken by a citizen from plane on 04.04.2016 and by the satellite images dated 05/10/2016 taken by the Diyarbakır Metropolitan Municipality that the decision is not fulfilled under no circumstance, hundreds of buildings were destroyed, schools were converted into police stations, and the roads were widened in order to facilitate transport between the police stations. While applying these kinds of implementations against to the Reconstructive Plan for Protection and Field Management Plan, Field Management Department was not informed and their permission was not taken. Suriçi Region is protected by international laws because of being an urban site and the buffer zone of Cultural Heritage Protection Law numbered 2863 and World Heritage Site. These are necessary in the destruction of mentioned registered structures; • To take decision for the destruction danger separately for each structure from Regional Conservation Council, • To set technical report for each structure to the destruction in the area by the technical staff of Construction Control Branch Manager of Municipality in accordance with the Article 39 of zoning Law No. 3194 related to the structures that are dangerous to the life and property safety, • To take Council decision by the relevant municipality after the documentation for the danger of destruction. However, as indicated above, the works had not been carried out by Conservation Council and the relevant municipality, and also the necessary permits had not been taken for the registered structures which were demolished in the prohibited neighborhoods. As of this day, the works and processes causing damage of the area and being contrary to national and international legislation are still going on. The qualified structural elements of the building were thrown out of the Sur region by those who are not expertise on the subject without drawing the construction, restoration and restitution projects for the registered structures. C:\Users\belgelerim\Desktop\haslr.jpg C:\Users\belgelerim\Desktop\haslr.jpg This situation can be clearly seen from the photographs. As seen in the satellite photo below, registered Hasırlı Mosque was completely destroyed and its excavations have been thrown from its own place. In addition, the bell tower, south courtyard wall, main entrance door, the courtyard located in west of the church and the church outbuilding of Armenian Catholic Church, another important registered structure are completely destroyed and also a wide road has been opened in this area as seen in the following photo. C:\Users\belgelerim\Desktop\ERMEN•• KATOL••K K••L••SES••\DSC_0057.JPG C:\Users\belgelerim\Desktop\ERMEN•• KATOL••K K••L••SES••\Türkan Kılıç Pınar – Difak – Ermeni Katalok Kilisesi 4.2.2015.jpg Air photo, 2015 C:\Users\belgelerim\Desktop\Suriçi-ekim\Keldani_2016.jpg C:\Users\belgelerim\Desktop\Suriçi-ekim\Keldani_2015.jpg Air Photo, 2016 It has been determined that kabaltı, can be also called Abbara, (a kind of arch on which settlement place is constructed) of the structure which is an example of registered civil architecture, and planned to be functioned as Mehmet Uzun Museum, and whose restoration process had begun before conflict was completely destroyed and the carrying system has been damaged. C:\Users\SEMAA\Desktop\m.uzun tüm dosyalar\mehmet uzun\foto••\IMG_0329.JPG D:\ALAN YÖNET••M YEDEK\YEDEK\AR••••V\SUR••Ç•• ADA-PARSEL\5-HASIRLI MAHALLES••\230 ADA\98 NOLU PARSEL (MEHMED UZUN EV••)\30102015 mehmed uzun evi ve cumhuriyet okulu\IMG_3441.JPG C:\Users\belgelerim\Desktop\M.Uzun Evi – Çatı••ma Sonrası (230-98)\IMG-20160730-WA0009.jpg C:\Users\belgelerim\Desktop\M.Uzun Evi – Çatı••ma Sonrası (230-98)\IMG-20160730-WA0004.jpg After the conflict, Field Management Department and the Metropolitan Municipality have applied many times to the governorship in order to perform the necessary damage assessment works in the area (Annex 2). However, it is not permitted on the grounds that the place is not safe at each time (Annex 3). Yet, there have not been any conflict and security problems in the area after the completion of the operation was officially announced on March 10, 2016. After the specified date, the prime minister and ministers have visited the Walled City, and they have even held a public demonstration. All of these high-level visits show that there is no security problem in Suriçi. According to the Governorship’s statement, 3000 of the people living within Suriçi have been allowed to enter in the area and take their household goods. After completion of the operations, the staffs of Ministry of Environment and Urbanization and Culture and Tourism Ministry have begun to work in the field. Many staff of the relevant ministries has carried out their activities in the area for the demolition and excavation works. Police stations were built in School gardens and watchtowers were built on the lowest parts of city walls, and dozens of workers were employed in these constructions. That’s, anybody allowed by the government and the governorship can go in and out the area where military blockade continues; they can also carry out their works and all these in and out show that there is no security problem in the field. C:\Users\belgelerim\Desktop\Rapor-unesco-irina_hzrn\HAR••TALAR\2015-6mahalle_••NG.jpg C:\Users\belgelerim\Desktop\Rapor-unesco-irina_hzrn\HAR••TALAR\2016-6mahalle_ING.jpg 2015-SEPTEMBER AIR PHOTO 2016-MAY AIR PHOTO On the 17th session of United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization General Conference held in Paris on the dates of October, 17 – November, 21 1972, the following decision was taken that that the corruption of cultural heritage and natural heritage increases not only because of traditional reasons but also the change of social and economic conditions; that’s why the cultural and natural heritage are under the threat of extinction. The State Party should do its utmost by the using the resources all the way and by providing all kinds of international assistance and cooperation in the particularly financial, artistic, scientific and technical fields. But, after the armed clashes the State Party has demolished numerous structures, destroyed the historical and cultural fabric of the affected areas, removed the excavations with construction equipment and done no damage assessments ostensibly due to the safety situation. C:\Users\belgelerim\Desktop\agustos_surici\a••ustos_uydu.jpg 2016-AUGUST AIRPHOTO In addition, it is possible to obtain data in order to carry out the post-conflict assessment without being entered the field by the experts. The size of the damage in the field and structures could be detected by using the laser scanning method with video capture by the equipment such as Drone and unmanned aerial vehicles and by taking satellite photos of the area. Thus, it would be possible to obtain reliable information on structures without taking the original structural elements of the registered structures out. In this way, it could be determined whether some structures could be conserved without being completely collapsed. While the necessary conservation interventions can be made to these structures without their traces completely being erased, it was observed that the registered and non-registered structures have been destroyed by using shovels and construction equipment; roads unsuitable for Reconstruction Plan for Protection have been opened; the existing streets have been widened; and the original tissue of the city have been damaged in the urban conservation area. It has been observed irreversible damage has been occurred in the original tissue of the street in Suriçi, on the registered and monumental structures and the city’s original tissue due to the excavation done by wiping the traces of structure. It is necessary to stop these unlawful implementations, and to apply the legal procedure related to registered and non-registered structures. In order not to lose the element and tissue material that can lead tissue loss in the demolition resulting due to the destruction, damage assessment and excavation are required; the excavation should be carried out to ensure the preservation of original construction elements in their place. Data for population and severely damaged registered and non-registered structures, households, workplaces destroyed in the urban conservation area after this heavy conflictive process is given in the table below. Maps and other data reveal the severe damage. The total area of Suriçi is 148 hectares; the total area of the prohibited 6 districts is 75 hectares. It has been detected via satellite that 10 hectares have been destroyed. The number of parcels in the old city, Suriçi, is 7714. 3646 of them are situated in the six neighborhoods affected heavily by the curfew. The parcels affected by the destruction after the end of the armed conflict, including the situation of the registered and non-registered buildings, have been documented based by superposition of the satellite air photo with the cadastral maps. ASSESSMENTS DONE BASED ON THE AIRPHOTO FROM MAY 10, 2016 C:\Users\belgelerim\Desktop\Ekran Alıntısı.PNG 2016-MAY AIRPHOTO A total of 49 registered civil structures have been completely and 22 of them have been partially destroyed, 30 civil structures were heavily damaged in neighborhoods experiencing conflict. Among the monumental structures, Hasırlı Mosque has been completely destroyed; Kur••unlu Mosque, ••eyh Mutahhar Mosque, Pa••a Hammam, Surp Church and its registered shops, the Armenian Catholic Church has partially destroyed. Süleyman Nazif Primary School has also damaged heavily. C:\Users\belgelerim\Desktop\Rapor-unesco-irina_hzrn\HAR••TALAR\tescilli_yapılar_ing_.jpg Photo: May 10, 2016 map showing the parcels of registered civil and monumental structures destroyed by overlapping the cadastral maps with satellite imagery. DESTROYED BUILDINGS, HOUSEHOLDS, SHOPS AND RELATED POPULATION DATA IN SUR••Ç•• NEIGHBORHOOD NR OF BUILDINGS NR OF HOUSEHOLDS NR OF SHOPS POPULATION DATA CEMAL YILMAZ 126 158 9 867 DABANO••LU 44 76 3 417 FAT••HPA••A 232 366 39 2009 HASIRLI 347 502 56 2756 SAVA•• 83 156 53 856 TOTAL 832 1258 160 6906 DAMAGED BUILDINGS, HOUSEHOLDS, SHOPS AND RELATED POPULATION DATA IN SUR••Ç•• NEIGHBORHOOD NR OF BUILDINGS NR OF HOUSEHOLDS NR OF SHOPS POPULATION DATA CEMAL YILMAZ 13 66 2 362 DABANO••LU 23 59 4 324 FAT••HPA••A 57 126 18 692 HASIRLI 119 154 8 845 SAVA•• 45 104 19 571 TOTAL 257 509 51 2794 Civil Architecture Example; Completely destroyed Structures; CITY BLOCK PARCEL 160 20,28,29 161 41,51 176 5 192 6 193 23,60 194 3,4,5,6,24,25,48,49,54 196 8 201 3,63 203 6 215 2 216 7 217 18 218 2,19,26,34,48 231 7,12,14,15,16 232 23 233 10,16,17,18 234 2,12 235 2,3 382 29 673 99,100,226,227 Partially destroyed Structures; CITY BLOCK PARCEL 160 3 161 53 192 5,7,8 201 64 213 10 216 4 231 5 233 13 234 10 249 11,12 382 8,28 385 21,22 673 98,213,228,229,230 Damaged Structures; CITY BLOCK PARCEL 161 2,24,32 163 18 193 87 197 28 201 9,18,21,29,49 213 11 214 6 218 1,12,36,37,38,49 233 1,2,14 234 8,9 247 1 382 19,21,34,35 673 111 Situation of Monumental Structures; MONUMENTAL STRUCTURE TYPE CITY BLOCK PARCEL EXPLANATION Hasırlı Mosque 235 19 DESTROYED Kur••unlu Mosque 204 1,9 PARTIALLY DESTROYED ••eyh Muhattar Mosque 381 6 PARTIALLY DESTROYED Pa••a Bathhouse (Hamam) 216 27 PARTIALLY DESTROYED Surp Gragos Church and registered adjadent shops 198 4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,1516,17,18 PARTIALLY DESTROYED Armenian Catholic Church 231 4 PARTIALLY DESTROYED Süleyman Nazif Primary School 189 21 DAMAGED Madrasa 204 5,6,7 DAMAGED DESTROYED STRUCTURES PARTIALLY DESTROYED STRUCTURES DAMAGED STRUCTURES CITY BLOCK PARCEL CITY BLOCK PARCEL CITY BLOCK PARCEL 186 2 160 14 161 12,17 194 30 192 5 162 2 196 13,17,22 193 32 193 65,89,97,98 202 1 213 9 213 12 203 7 214 3,8 214 4 211 33,34 216 2 215 3,10 213 1,8,14,15 218 9,33 233 11,12 214 11 219 1 246 3,6,21 216 3,23,35,36 236 20 673 51,52,222 218 11,43 382 22 232 1,2,10,12,16,32 385 36 233 8,19,21 234 13,14 235 4,7,22,24,25 236 18 242 28 382 1,2,3,4,5,7,41 383 1,2,10 385 16,38 ASSESSMENTS BASED ON THE AIR PHOTO FROM AUGUST 16, 2016 After the assessment of the air photo from May 10, 2016 it could be assessed from the ground outside the blocked area that the destruction is going on. The air photo from August 16, 2016 allowed to determine that 10 more hectares have been destroyed since the first air photo from May 10. Thus the area of destroyed area raised to 20 hectares. In total 1519 constructions have been destroyed completely, among them are registered civil and monumental examples. 89 registered constructions have been destroyed completely, 40 constructions partially and 41 constructions have been damaged. Of these registered constructions 76 are of civil, 13 of monumental and 81 of environmental category. C:\Users\belgelerim\Desktop\agustos_surici\a••ustos_genel_suriçi.jpg Air photo August 16, 2016 Image showing the completely (red), partially (yellow) destroyed and damaged (green) constructions, August 16, 2016 C:\Users\belgelerim\Desktop\agustos_surici\tescilli_yapilar_agustos_dü••ük.jpg Destroyed Constructions Partially destrıyed Constructions Damaged Constructions A- Civil Architectural Constructions 33 18 25 B – Monumental Constructions B1 – Mosque, Prayer Room and Tomb 1 3 1 B2- Church, Synagogue 3 B3 – Public Constructions 1 B4 – Bathhouse (Hammam) 1 B5 – Faountain 2 1 C – Environmentally Important Construction 53 15 13 In Total 89 40 41 Table: The content of the yellow table in the map C:\Users\belgelerim\Desktop\agustos_surici\yikim_haritasi_agustos_dü••ük.jpg Name of Neighborhood Nr of destroyed Constructions HASIRLI 865 ÖZDEM••R ( FAT••HPA••A ) 381 CEMAL YILMAZ 134 SAVA•• 93 DABANO••LU 46 TOTAL 1519 Forced Migration Apart from the damage of this process caused to the architectural value, the continuity of unique and private life has interrupted. It has also caused the end of the handicraft production and trade, and the forced migration of the families whose houses have been vandalized. The life, which has continued for thousands of years, has almost come to the end. 22.323 poor and forcibly displaced people have been unable to cover the needs of shelter, food. C:\Users\dbb221\Desktop\IMG_6181.JPG C:\Users\dbb221\Desktop\IMG_6184.JPG POPULATION OF SUR••Ç•• REGION-2015 Abdaldede 896 Ali Pa••a 2,985 Cami Kebir 1,265 Cami Nebi 2,437 Cemal Yılmaz 2,104 Cevat Pa••a 3,256 Dabano••lu 3,705 Fatihpa••a 5,153 Hasırlı 5,696 ••skenderpa••a 6,720 Lalebey 3,000 Melikahmet 6,793 Sava•• 2,409 Süleyman Nazif 514 Ziya Gökalp 3,408 TOTAL 50,341 POPULATION OF 6 PROHIBITED NEIGHBORHOODS Cemal Yılmaz 2,104 Cevat Pa••a 3,256 Dabano••lu 3,705 Fatihpa••a 5,153 Hasırlı 5,696 Sava•• 2,409 TOTAL 22,323 Expropriation Decision After the conflict process, expropriation decision was taken for 6292 parcels out of 7714 located at Suriçi by Council of Ministers on 21.03.2016 in accordance with Article 27 of the 2942 Expropriation Law. By this decision, 82% of the parcels in Suriçi will have expropriated. A large part of the remaining 18% is in the possession of Housing Development Administration and Internal Revenue. As a consequence of this case, Suriçi will be entirely passed into public ownership. CONCLUSION Suriçi where life has continued without interruption so far is also one of the important commercial areas of the city. The area where traditional products brought from rural areas are sold is also the center of handicrafts production such as jewelry, coppersmith, forging and silk weaving. Suriçi, in which the unique and private life ensures continuity, is the collective memory of Diyarbakır. After the negativities experienced in the 1990s, the interest and desire for the protection of cultural assets has increased in Suriçi and it has reactivated the socio- economic and cultural life since the beginning of 2000s thanks to the restoration and functionalization works conducted by municipalities, public institutions, NGOs, and private entrepreneurs. The awareness for preserving historical city has increased more, and projects have been developed concordantly with its registration as the UNESCO World Heritage in 2015. However, it has been seen that the original street tissue of Suriçi being “Urban Site” and city block- parcel integrity have lost irreversibly because of the activities for wiping the structure traces after the conflict process. Furthermore, these will be inevitable to wipe the collective memory of the city formed by the accumulation of thousands of years with the forced migration of the people living here and the expropriation decision taken after the conflict process; and to change in the demographic structure and interrupt the cultural continuity with the exchanging the ownership. Freeholders in Suriçi District will be forced to sell their properties through expropriation threats by violating their property rights and their choice rights for places to be resided in. Damage assessment related to the registered structures substantially damaged as a result of conflict in Suriçi needs to be conducted by a team consisting of the city’s dynamics, scientists, field management department and municipal experts in the process of improving the historical urban fabric. Demolition and excavation removal must be stopped immediately. It needs to decide the damage according to the assessment for the structures and street tissue; and associate together. And also it needs to conduct the plans without eliminating the people who will live there. The plans must be people-oriented by increasing the presence of cultural accumulation carrier for thousands of years and the living standards. And, of course, it must be performed by protecting the delicate tissue of the city in the most sensitive way. ANNEXES: Annex-1: Decision of the Diyarbakır Cultural Heritage Preservation Board REPUBLIC OF TURKEY CULTURE AND TOURISM MINISTRY DIYARBAKIR CULTURAL HERITAGE PRESERVATION BOARD DECISION Meeting date and number: 23.03.2016-145 Meeting Place: Diyarbakır Decision Date and Number: 23.03.2016-3873 File Number: 21.00/1116 The 03.07.2016 dated and 81199893-889-161 numbered decision and its annex of Diyarbakır Governorship Private Secretariat and the Article 03.03.2016 dated and 37732461-12634.(91244).2016/559 numbered of Diyarbakır Governorship Provincial Security Directorate related to the removal of the rubble of the construction debris on the closed roads were read under the security measures to be taken after the completion of the operations arising from terrorist attacks in the neighborhoods located in the Urban Conservation Area of Sur Central District, Diyarbakır. Annexes and information, documents on the subject were examined. As the consequence of the negotiations, It has been decided that the rubble of the construction debris on the closed roads were read under the security measures to be taken in the neighborhoods located in the Urban Conservation Area Sur Central District, Diyarbakır needs to be removed under the control of the experts of Museum Directorate; In case of discovering the rubble belonging to the partially or completely destroyed registered structures, qualified structural elements of these structures (column, column head, arch stones, etc.) need to be maintained in an appropriate manner in the area under the supervision of Museum Directorate experts in order to be evaluated later. Same as original PRESIDENT Assoc. prof. Hanifi B••BER (Signature) Mehriban KARAASLAN Regional Board Manager (Signature) Member A. Nüvit BAYAR (Signature) Member Assoc. prof. Evindar YE••••LBA•• (Signature) Member Nahit B••NGÖL (Not Participated) VICE PRESIDENT Muhammed ADAK (Signature) Member Assoc. prof. Alidost ERTU••RUL (Signature) Member Orhan BALSAK Diyarbakır Metropolitan Municipality Agent (Negative Vote) Member Assoc. prof. O••uz Sadık AYDOS (Signature) Member Ma••uk TÜRE Diyarbakır Museum Agent (Signature) Member Seyit Han ••••M••EK Sur Municipality Agent (Negative Vote) Left: Original in Turkish C:\Users\belgelerim\Desktop\kurul_kararı_hafriyat.jpg Annex-2: Excavation Assessment Report REPUBLIC OF TURKEY DIYARBAKIR METROPOLITAN MUNICIPALITY ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION AND CONTROL DEPARTMENT Serial no: 2489 ASSESSMENT REPORT Concernee: ID Number : ……………………………………………. Tax Identification Number : ……………………………………………. Company title-address: : Dicle University Rectorship Name-Surname : ……………………………………………. This assessment report has been arranged by us in order to indicate that; During the controls carried out by our team, it has been determined that dumping was done by General Directorate of State Hydraulic Works and General Directorate of Highways trucks to the area located within 50 meters behind the cemetery from the coordinates (37o, 53′-54″ North 40o, 16′, 25″ East). There is an excavation dumping site in Dokuzçeltik region created by our municipality in accordance with the law of the Metropolitan. It is required that the subject excavation has to be brought to the dumping site. The excavation dumping needs to be stopped. Otherwise, if the excavation dumping continues, penal sanctions will be applied. Date and hour: 29/02/2016 – 16.20 INSPECTION TEAM INSPECTION TEAM EMPLOYER 1229 386 On behalf of Dicle University Mehmet ÇET••N Deputy Security Manager C:\Users\belgelerim\Desktop\hafriyat_tutana••ı.jpg Left: Original in Turkish Annex-3: Assessment Report REPUBLIC OF TURKEY D••YARBAKIR METROPOLITAN MUNICIPALITY Cultural Heritage and Tourism Department Number: 45911515-27.04/605-02-30-2192 29/03/2016 Subject: Assessment Report TO DIYARBAKIR GOVERNERSHIP Diyarbakır Fortress and Hevsel Gardens Cultural Landscape have been registered as a World Heritage on 39th session of UNESCO. A comprehensive planning has been made within the scope of the criteria of Diyarbakır Fortress and Hevsel Gardens Cultural Landscape Field Management Plan in order to preserve the Heritage Site and buffer zone enclosing the Heritage. These planning criteria require conducting some joint activities with several organizations within monitoring display title. The main purpose of monitoring displays is to determine some protection practice criteria stated in international law scale of UNESCO related to Heritage Site and Buffer Zone. In the recent process, serious damage has occurred on the registered structures and street tissue due to the conflict within Heritage Site Suriçi Buffer Zone. After the end of the operation on 09.03.2016 and the curfew declared on 02.11.2015, we kindly request the permits required by your organization to conduct the works related to the registered or unregistered structures and the original street tissue in Dabano••lu, Hasırlı, Cemal Yılmaz, Fatihpa••a, Sava•• and Cevatpa••a neighborhoods. So, Field Management Department Monitoring and Inspection Unit experts can conduct the works stated in monitoring and assessment displays. Kindly submitted for necessary action, Nevin SOYUKAYA Diyarbakır Fortress and Hevsel Gardens Cultural Landscape; Field Management Director Annex: Field Management Department Monitoring and Inspection Unit experts Nevin Soyukaya : Field Management Director/ Archaeologist Orhan BALSAK : Architect V. Sermed AZ••ZO••LU : Architect Metin KARAMAN : Urban Planner Nihat KUZU : Electrical Technician Kadri AVCI : Art Historian Ye••im YILDIRIM : Architect Nesrin KAYA : Architect Mir Fırat AYDIN : Archaeologist 19/03/2016 Registry Officer : E. BARAN 19/03/2016 KUDEB Assistant Branch Manager : O. BALSAK Elazı•• Cad. Yeni••ehir 21100 D••YARBAKIR For more information: Metin KARAMAN Phone Number: 0412 223 7115/309- Fax: 0412 228 7544 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Web:www.diyarbakir.bel.tr X:\MET••N\Yazı••malar-\Yeni klasör (10)\tara0004\tara0004-2.jpg Left: Original in Turkish Annex-4: REPUBLIC OF TURKEY D••YARBAKIR GOVERNORSHIP PROVINCIAL DIRECTORATE OF CULTURE AND TOURISM Number: 51121785-165/1044 12/04/2016 Subject: Assessment Report TO DIYARBAKIR METROPOLITAN MUNICIPALITY (Cultural Heritage and Tourism Department) Reference: a) your article dated 23.03.2016 and numbered 29-2025. b) your article dated 29.03.2016 and numbered 30-2192. It is not possible to realize your request about the works stated in the monitoring and assessment displays that you desire to conduct on the subject neighborhoods of Suriçi, because the searching and browsing activities in these neighborhoods are still carried out by the Provincial Police Directorate. Specialist staff will be demanded from your Department during the work to be done after the searching and browsing activities in these given neighborhoods, if required. Kindly submitted for your information, Taner B••RCAN Deputy Governor On behalf of Governor REPUBLIC OF TURKEY D••YARBAKIR MAYORSHIP RECORD-REGISTRY OFFICE CULTURAL HERITAGE DEPARTMENT DATE: 12/04/2016 NUMBER: 4500 Address: ••nalo••lu Cad. Cahit Sıtkı Tarancı Culture and Art Center Yeni••ehir/Diyarbakır Phone Number: 0 412 228 2215 (110) Fax: 0412 223 1580 Web: http://www.diyarbakirkulturturizm.gov.tr C:\Users\belgelerim\Desktop\alan_giri••_red.jpg Left: Original in Turkish Prepared by: NEV••N SOYUKAYA / Archaeologist Diyarbakır Fortress and Hevsel Gardens Cultural Landscape-Field Management Director V. SERMED AZ••ZO••LU / Architect KUDEB BRANCH MANAGEMENT M. KADR•• AVCI / Art Historian KUDEB BRANCH MANAGEMENT MET••N KARAMAN / Urban Planner Diyarbakır Fortress and Hevsel Gardens Cultural Landscape-Field Management Department CONTACT: Diyarbakır Fortress and Hevsel Gardens Cultural Landscape Site Management Kulturelmiras1@hotmail.com 0090-412 229 11 77